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At the Age of 81, Sheldon Lavin Continues To Innovate

Prior 1970, Sheldon Lavin had very little knowledge of the inner workings of the food and meat services industry, but he was already carving out a very successful career in the banking industry as an executive, while also seeing significant success as an investor and head of his consultancy firm. Today Mr. Lavin is the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of OSI Group LLC, one of the foremost food and meat processing corporations in the world. Ironically, it was Mr. Lavin’s stronghold on the fi...
Tags: Japan, India, Entrepreneur, Otto, Lavin, McDonald 's Corporation, OSI Group, OSI Group LLC, Businessman, Business Leader, Sheldon Lavin, Australia South Africa the Philippines


McDonald’s Lawsuit Puts Spotlight on Severance Policy

The fast-food giant’s suit against its former C.E.O. may prompt other companies to review their pay and severance policies.
Tags: News, Mergers, McDonald, Easterbrook, Acquisitions and Divestitures, Executive Compensation, McDonald's Corporation, TikTok (ByteDance, Stephen J (1967-


McDonald’s Sues Former C.E.O. Steve Easterbrook

The fast-food chain said Steve Easterbrook, who was fired last fall, concealed evidence during an investigation into his conduct.
Tags: News, McDonald, Steve Easterbrook, Easterbrook, Ethics and Official Misconduct, Appointments and Executive Changes, Executive Compensation, McDonald's Corporation, Suits and Litigation (Civil, Fast Food Industry, MeToo Movement, Stephen J (1967-


Coronavirus Update 6–29–2020: Judge hands McDonald’s a whopper of a rebuke for its COVID-19 response

A month ago I reported on a novel lawsuit filed against McDonald's Corporation in which the plaintiffs sought to have the fast-food conglomerate's alleged failure to comply with health guidance and provide PPE to its employees declared a public nuisance. Last week, the judge , concluding that they were likely to succeed on the merits of their claims. In so ruling, he concluded that the company fell short in its obligation to keep safe its employees and its customers. At issue in the cas...
Tags: Law, Cdc, Executive Order, Rudy, Illinois, McDonald, McDonald s Corporation, Jon Hyman, Pixabay, Peter Skitterians


Russians Eat Burgers in Gloves. Should Everyone?

Status-conscious fast-food joints across Eastern Europe have offered their diners disposable gloves for years. The idea may find a wider audience in the pandemic era.
Tags: News, Ny, Hamburgers, Eastern Europe, North Carolina State University, Kadyrov, Ramzan, McDonald's Corporation, Moscow (Russia, Prague (Czech Republic, Brighton Beach (Brooklyn, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV, Kyiv (Ukraine, Coronavirus Risks and Safety Concerns


Food Brands Tweet #BlackLivesMatter, but What’s Behind the Words?

In addition to declaring solidarity, the fast-food industry could make changes to protect the health and safety of black employees.
Tags: Food, News, Social Media, Minimum Wage, Chick-fil-a, Black People, Discrimination, Black Lives Matter Movement, PepsiCo Inc, Advertising and Marketing, Coca-Cola Company, McDonald's Corporation, Burger King Corp, Race and Ethnicity, Fast Food Industry, Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen


Coronavirus Update 5-27-2020: Is McDonald’s really a public nuisance?

As I've written in the past, it's difficult bordering on impossible for an employee to sue their employer based on an alleged COVID-19 exposure at the business. First, they have to overcome the issue of workers' comp exclusivity. And if they can manage to clear that, they still have the causation problem of proving that the exposure of this highly transmittable virus happened at work (as opposed to anywhere else in the world).  There's nothing like a pandemic, however, to spark the creativity...
Tags: Law, Manhattan, Reuters, McDonald, McDonald s Corporation, OSHA, Smithfield Foods, Jon Hyman, Pixabay, Occupational Safety and Health Administration OSHA, PPE, Akukahr


McDonald’s Details What Dining In Will Look Like

The fast-food chain distributed a guide to franchise owners with instructions like putting “closed” signs on tables to promote social-distancing and cleaning bathrooms every half-hour.
Tags: News, Restaurants, McDonald, Franchises, McDonald's Corporation, Fast Food Industry, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV


PLM Re-Birth at McDonald’s: How to Maximize Value in a Decentralized Organization

[note these videos are from 2015] McDonald’s, the world’s largest fast food restaurant chain, began its product lifecycle management (PLM) journey in 2005. Although their initial implementation was considered a success – they successfully installed a leading PLM software technology and deployed it on a global scale – an assessment a few years later uncovered that the organization had implemented the solution in a decentralized fashion and they weren’t getting the expected business benefits. McDo...
Tags: Disruption, Change Management, Innovation, Mcdonald's, McDonald, PLM, McDonald 's Corporation, Product Lifecycle Management, Jerome Lyman, Daniela Ilieva, Kalypso She




McDonald’s Employee Is Shot After Store Is Partly Closed for Coronavirus

At least four employees were injured after one told a woman that the dining area was closed, the police said.
Tags: News, McDonald, Assaults, McDonald's Corporation, Oklahoma City (Okla


First Quarter Earnings Were Terrible, But Executives Offer Some Hope

While the pandemic has made it hard to offer forecasts, some corporate leaders said things might be getting a little better — or at least no worse.
Tags: News, China, Corporations, MasterCard Inc, HCA Holdings Inc, Starbucks Corporation, Company Reports, Stocks and Bonds, United States Economy, Standard & Poor's 500-Stock Index, McDonald's Corporation, Southwest Airlines Company, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV


Drive-Throughs Are Now a Lifeline for Fast-Food Chains

With dine-in restaurants shuttered and social distancing paramount, drive-throughs are now providing a crucial source of revenue during the pandemic.
Tags: Food, News, Restaurants, Epidemics, Taco Bell Corp, Texas Roadhouse Inc, Franchises, McDonald's Corporation, Fast Food Industry, Fast Food Chains, Quarantines, Fight for $15, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV


A Review Of The Accomplishments Made By OSI Group LLC’s Chairman And CEO, Sheldon Lavin

Sheldon Lavin is the CEO and chairman of OSI Group, LLC. Lavin joined the meat industry over 43 years ago. Previously, he had a successful career as an executive and investor in the banking sector. Additionally, Lavin owned a financial consulting company. Since taking the reins at OSI Group, LLC, Sheldon Lavin has transformed the company into a global supplier of food products to many foodservice and retail brands. The company’s subsidiaries are OSI Industries, LLC and OSI International Foods, L...
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Some Companies Seeking Bailouts Had Piles of Cash, Then Spent It

They poured the money into stock buybacks and dividends. Now, those hurting from the pandemic now want government aid.
Tags: News, Restaurants, Creed, Relief, James, American Airlines, Buffett, Greg, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Fink, Boeing Company, Yum Brands Inc, Business Roundtable, Dimon, Laurence D, Warren E






The Companies Putting Profits Ahead of Public Health

As the coronavirus spreads, the public interest requires employers to abandon their longstanding resistance to paid sick leave.
Tags: News, Restaurants, Victoria's Secret, American Eagle, Waffle House, Wegmans, Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc, Gap Inc, Walmart Stores Inc, Meijer Inc, Kroger Company, Shopping and Retail, McDonald's Corporation, Fast Food Industry, Paid Time Off, Food Contamination and Poisoning


Opposing Paid Sick Leave Risks Lives

As the coronavirus spreads, the public interest requires employers to abandon their longstanding resistance to paid sick leave.
Tags: News, Restaurants, Victoria's Secret, American Eagle, Waffle House, Wegmans, Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc, Gap Inc, Walmart Stores Inc, Meijer Inc, Kroger Company, Shopping and Retail, McDonald's Corporation, Fast Food Industry, Paid Time Off, Food Contamination and Poisoning


Coronavirus Fears and the Need for Paid Sick Leave

As the coronavirus spreads, the public interest demands that employers abandon their longstanding resistance to paid sick leave.
Tags: News, Restaurants, Chick-fil-a, Darden Restaurants Inc, McDonald's Corporation, Burger King Corp, Fast Food Industry, Paid Time Off, Quarantines, Wendy's Co, Jack in the Box Inc, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV, Olive Garden Italian Restaurants


U.S. Employers: Paid Sick Leave. Now.

The public interest demands that American retailers abandon their longstanding resistance to paying sick workers to stay home.
Tags: News, Restaurants, Chick-fil-a, Darden Restaurants Inc, McDonald's Corporation, Burger King Corp, Fast Food Industry, Paid Time Off, Quarantines, Wendy's Co, Jack in the Box Inc, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV, Olive Garden Italian Restaurants


New Rule Makes It Harder to Challenge Labor Practices

The National Labor Relations Board regulation scales back the responsibility of parent companies for violations by franchisees or contractors.
Tags: News, National Labor Relations Board, Organized Labor, Franchises, Regulation and Deregulation of Industry, United States Politics and Government, Labor and Jobs, McDonald's Corporation, Fast Food Industry, Workplace Hazards and Violations


What Big Business Is Saying About the Coronavirus

Companies like Disney and Wynn Resorts have started to detail the impact of the virus outbreak on their profits.
Tags: News, Casinos, China, Disney, Epidemics, Burberry, Walt Disney Company, Automobiles, Apple Inc, Ford Motor Co, Wynn Resorts, Qualcomm Inc, Nike Inc, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV, Tesla Motors Inc, Wynn Resorts Ltd


The ‘McMillions’ Monopoly Scheme, Explained

A new HBO documentary series chronicles the plot that siphoned off $24 million in McDonald’s prizes. Here’s how it worked.
Tags: Hbo, Television, News, McDonald, Frauds and Swindling, McDonald's Corporation, Documentary Films and Programs, Contests and Prizes, McMillions (Movie


Review: HBO’s ‘McMillions’ Reminds Us That Every Era Has Its Scam

A six-part documentary tells the story of the great 20th-century McDonald’s Monopoly fraud case with quirky characters and lackluster visuals.
Tags: Hbo, Television, News, McDonald, Frauds and Swindling, Home Box Office, McDonald's Corporation, Documentary Films and Programs, McMillions (TV Program


Labor Dept. Rule to Curb Lawsuits by Franchise Workers

The rule could limit the exposure of companies like McDonald’s to wage claims and other complaints. It effectively replaces a more labor-friendly Obama-era approach.
Tags: News, Obama, Corporations, Trump, McDonald 's, Franchises, Regulation and Deregulation of Industry, Donald J, Labor and Jobs, McDonald's Corporation, Fast Food Industry, Labor Department (US


The Surprising History of McDonald’s and the Civil Rights Movement

Marcia Chatelain’s “Franchise” is about the history of the increasingly intricate ties between the fast-food behemoth and black communities.
Tags: News, Corporate Social Responsibility, Black People, Civil rights movement, McDonald, Marcia, Marcia Chatelain, Books and Literature, McDonald's Corporation, Fast Food Industry, Civil Rights Movement (1954-68, Chatelain


Officer Admits He Faked Claim About McDonald’s Coffee Cup Insult

The Kansas police officer resigned after video footage showed that restaurant employees had not written “pig” on his cup.
Tags: News, Police, Lying, Kansas, McDonald's Corporation, McDonald 's Coffee Cup Insult


One Whopper Jr., Hold the Toy

As environmental concerns grow, chains like Burger King and McDonald’s are rethinking what to offer with children’s meals.
Tags: News, Burger King, Plastics, McDonald, Children and Childhood, McDonald's Corporation, Burger King Corp, Fast Food Industry